Insights El Paso Science Museum

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Insights El Paso Science Museum is no more; according to reports, it was demolished in 2013. It was said to be haunted by the Native American spirits, including a chief, and a ghostly woman dressed in white.

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    505 N. Santa Fe St
    El Paso, TX
    United States

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    31.759508, -106.49228199999999
    El Paso County, Texas
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    1. The city has built a baseball stadium here but I was told by the security personal that they still see ghosts walking around the area at night.

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